Epson All-In-One Six-Axis Robot Offers Long Reach at Little Cost

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October 27, 2022


Advanced Motion & Controls Ltd. is the Canadian source for industrial robotic solutions by Epson, and one of the most potent options available in this lineup is the VT6L all-in-one six-axis robot. Using next-level technology, this innovative robot offers a reach of 900 millimetres, a six-kilogram payload, and a built-in controller.

Including many of the features common to the manufacturer’s other high-end robots, the VT6L is available from Epson at an ultra-low cost.

Packaging, assembly and machine loading/unloading

This full-featured industrial robot is the ideal solution for simple parts-transfer automation, whether the user needs it for machine loading and unloading, packaging, parts assembly, or other automation applications. Like other high-end Epson solutions, the VT6L all-in-one six-axis robot has easy-to-use, powerful Epson RC+ development software and simple integration tools. Clean-room (ISO 4) and IP67 options are also available. Among the other features and advantages of this robot from Advanced Motion & Controls:

  • •Ease of use. With the intuitive and feature-packed Epson RC+ development software, users can create powerful solutions with little effort.
  • Versatility. This all-in-one solution has a space-saving design with the built-in controller located at the robot base.
  • SlimLine. The compact wrist pitch allows user access to hard-to-reach areas when dealing with confined spaces.
  • Simple cabling design. End-of-arm tooling is easier than ever before, due to the hollow end-of-arm design of the VT6L.
  • Power. Low wattage and power consumption. The robot comes standard with 110 and 220 volts of power.
  • Fast, easy integration. Users can install this all-in-one six-axis robot in mere minutes. It requires less time and money for system integration.


For a closer look at the Epson VT6L all-in-one six-axis robot, check out the video 


Epson offers many other innovative solutions in its award-winning portfolio. Customers can choose from a series of SCARA robots, as well as other six-axis robots and some integrated options. For decades, Epson robots have lowered production expenses, boosted product quality, and increased bottom lines.

For more information abou the VT6L all-in-one six-axis robot by Epson, click here 

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